Guide: Pregnancy Tests

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If you're trying to have a baby, a pregnancy test is probably a sign of success and hope for you. But if you're not planning to get pregnant anytime in the near future, the prospect of needing one of these pee sticks is probably terrifying. Click through this gallery to learn about the different types of tests, how they work, accuracy, when to take them and what to do after.

Source: United States Office of Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services via womenshealth.gov.

Natalie Moya | ChaCha Women's Health